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    Default UNIQ 10W RGB laser light

    Hi all,
    How are you doing?
    We have the 10W RGB laser for sale.

    Video in action: (Prolight & Sound 2014 Guangzhou):
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v...type=2&theater.

    Power of each laser:
    637nm Red 2W
    532nm Green 3W
    445nm Blue 5W

    ILDA-40K.

    Feel free to contact me for more information.
    e-mail: saifer@topiclight.com.

    Good Luck!
    Saifer Song
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    10 watts at chest level? Are you not worried about the eye safety for the people at the exhibition?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slicklasers View Post
    10 watts at chest level? Are you not worried about the eye safety for the people at the exhibition?
    Maybe after you seeing this video, it will make you feel better?




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    not with people being able to walk up to the aperture...

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    Sorry Song but that is not a good advertisement for laser safety. It's an accident awaiting to happen!
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    2w of red so it's just a 6w rgb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by smogthemog View Post
    Sorry Song but that is not a good advertisement for laser safety. It's an accident awaiting to happen!
    ok.
    We did not let the beam shoot on people at the cross, you can see the video.
    Anyway, safety always the first, will put it higer in the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    2w of red so it's just a 6w rgb?
    637nm Red 2W
    532nm Green 3W
    445nm Blue 5W

    with R.G.B color balance system, it can be 6W, no problem.
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    Laser system: Pure Diode 400mW & 2W & 5W RGB Laser.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Song View Post
    637nm Red 2W
    532nm Green 3W
    445nm Blue 5W

    with R.G.B color balance system, it can be 6W, no problem.
    I think he was just implying it would be 6w of balanced white if he turned down the 445 and 532 to 2watts each.
    "White" would be very blue on this projector, but blue only cues would have quite a kick
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    Just because blue is cheap doesn't mean you should jam as much as you can into a projector!! If anything, there should be more red than blue, as it scatters less than blue & in low light conditions is harder to see.

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